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Network Share Auto mount Issue

Discussion in 'HD/HDR-FOX T2 Customised Firmware' started by Jon Hill, May 16, 2012.

  1. Jon Hill

    Jon Hill New Member

    1. I'm trying to mount my NAS folder share (Video). I've configured it as follows but there's no option for username or password, do I just create the appropriate folders and add the username and password or not?
      I've also found the log with the error being
      mount -o soft 192.168.1.200://Video /media/Video
      mount: RPC: Unable to receive; errno = Connection refused
      Mount failed...
      umount: can't forcibly umount /media/Video: Invalid argument


      Any help would be much appreciated?

      Thanks

      Jon

      media /My Video /[ModSettings] /nfs /TV (24.0KiB)
      [​IMG] [parent directory]
      [​IMG] folder=_Video (4.0KiB) [​IMG]
      [​IMG] host=192_168_1_200 (4.0KiB) [​IMG]
      [​IMG] mac=ABABABABABAB (only needed for wakeUp) (4.0KiB) [​IMG]
      [​IMG] shareFolder=off (4.0KiB) [​IMG]
      [​IMG] wakeUp=off (4.0KiB) [​IMG]


      mount -o soft 192.168.1.200://Video /media/Video
      mount: RPC: Unable to receive; errno = Connection refused
      Mount failed...
      umount: can't forcibly umount /media/Video: Invalid argument
      J
     
  2. Drutt

    Drutt Active Member

    My understanding is that nfs doesn't have the concept of a user and password (unlike smb). Access is controlled on an ip basis by the host, so I suspect you need to make sure the humax's ip address is explicitly enabled or in the ip range on the server. I don't know how this is set up on your NAS, but if you have low level access it involved editing
    /etc/exports, /etc/hosts.allow, and /etc/hosts.deny
    Alternatively if your NAS can do smb filesharing rather than nfs that could be worth a go.
    Hope that helps...